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An article about me in The Japan Times: http://search.japantimes.co.jp/cgi-bin/fl20100501a1.html








On Japanese Television, February 2010: YOU TUBE









My second autobiographic booklet:  “Kamakura-Red”, Ceramic Adventures in Japan II in March 2010. This booklet was updated and reprinted in March 2011.
My “Kamakura-Red Ware” is inspired by the texture and red color of the Kamakura Bori Wood Carving Art.

 







Dance by KAN-ICHI-san at the opening reception of my “Wings” Exhibition at the Toko Gallery, 27 November – 9 december, 2010.


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Book of the Association of Clay and Glass of California: a compilation of members.

They dedicated two pages to my work and statement.








Mashiko’s Special Judges Award 2006 in WIKIPEDIA and Commons.Wikimedia









My 2006 Mashiko Special Judges Award “Four Seasons” Horsehair Vase is published in this 500 Raku book by Lark Crafts in 2011.








“Wing: Love is a bird, she needs to fly” Exhibition at the Toko Gallery in Mashiko, Nov.27-Dec. 9, 2010.

YOUTUBE video of DANCE by KAN ICHI on the song that was the inspiration for this exhibition.





The Kamakura-Red Japonica Vase in the Alexander Salazar Fine Arts Gallery in San Diego, USA, September, 2010.












Lecture at Kamakura YMCA, May 21, 2010.














Catalogue “Modern Pot Art” from The 2010 Second China (Shanghai) International Modern Pot Art Biennial Exhibition. They awarded my “Kamakura Red Bamboo” Teapot.












An article on May 1, 2010 in The Japan Times: http://search.japantimes.co.jp/cgi-bin/fl20100501a1.html










A booklet about the exposition of my uncle goldsmith Rudie Arens and grandfather goldsmith Rudolph Arens at the “Valkhof” Museum in Nijmegen in the Netherlands. It is also a family exhibition  in which my “Angel” Kamakura red teapot and cup, and 2 small plates are shown in April 2010.





I wrote my second autobiographic booklet “Kamakura Red”, Ceramic Adventures in Japan II in March 2010. It is about the red glaze and engraving in the clay inspired by the Kamakura Bori wood carving art. You can buy it in my Etsy Swanceramics Store (click on the yellow tab on the top of the website with Etsy Store on it).






A book written by Yuki Shibazaki-san about the influence of the Japanese culture on 43 foreigner living in Japan. I am one of them. March 2010.










Documentary on TV Kanagawa in February 2010. YOU TUBE movie.












Article in The Shonan Post, an English monthly Kamakura newspaper, about the opening of my Swan Art Gallery.












Article in the Asahi Newspaper about the Opening of my Swan Art Gallery in January 2010.









Interview on the radio Kamakura 82.8 FM in December 2009.







Article in the Asahi Newspaper after the Ginsuzu Exhibition in November 2009.








Article in the Town News of Kamakura about my exhibition at the Ginsuzu Gallery in November 2009.









2009 Catalogue of the International Contemporary Ceramics Exhibition in Jingdezhen with my “Peony” Kamakura Red Vase.

















Pamphlet booklet from the groups exhibition at Koyasan organized by Happymaker in July 2009. I had the show in the Ekoin Temple.






Poster of 100 Contemporary Teapots of the West with my “Kamakura Red Teapot, July 2009.














In the Nagomi Japanese Magazine about the Tea ceremony. Aoyama-san from the Yufuku Gallery purchased my Horsehair Vessel as a “Mizusashi” for the tea ceremony!












I wrote an autobiographic booklet about my ceramic experiences since I arrived in Japan in 2006 till 2008: “Ceramic adventures in Japan”. May 2010.

 








Catalogue of the 8th Mino International Ceramics Competition. I won an Honorable Mention Award in August 2008.







Catalogue of the 7th Mashiko International Ceramics Competition. I won a Commendation Award in October 2008.










Poster for my exhibition at the Toko Gallery in Mashiko in September 2007.












Pamphlet of the second exposition with the Nippon Togei Club at the Mitsukoshi Store in Tokyo in May 2007.










Catalogue of the 6th Mashiko International Ceramics Competition. I won the Special Judges’ Award in October 2006.










Pamphlet of the first exposition with the Nippon Togei Club at the Mitsukoshi Store in Tokyo in May 2006.

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